Dr. Massimo Corigliano


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  • Teacher of the Master in Odontostomatology at the Health History Art Academy
  • Trainer in Academic and Monothematic courses
  • Speaker in conferences and courses for Institutions and National and International scientific assosiations: AIO, ANDI, Medical Assosiation, Odontostomatological Assosiation, Universities.
  • Dentistry Department Director of the Hospital Cristo Re of Rome (Centro del Sorriso)

  • Prosthesis implantation consultant at the Fatebenefratelli Hospital, Isola Tiberina, Rome

  • President of the scientific society: International Academy of Implantoprosthesis and   Osteoconnection ( IAIO)

  • President of the Rome city department, Valle del Tevere, of the Odontostomatological Assosiation (COI-AIOG)

  • Active member of: International Asociation of  Dental Research ( IADR )

  • Active member of: Primate Research Insitute (PRI) of Buenos Aires

  • Chief scientist of ANTHAI (National Association for the protection of Handicapped and Disabled)

12 Apr. 2019


10:50 – 11:45


„Blood: where the ideal components for tissue regeneration come from”

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Regenerative medicine has always made use of products and compounds that can stimulate the recipient tissues to first intention healing or to regeneration.
For this reason we use grafting material, for infiltration and barriers, to manage volumes and spaces that allow the receiving patients to activate the mechanisms of physiological regeneration.
For many years, regenerative medicine has gone even further, combining materials with medical instruments that can be identified as physical means. Their task is to generate a therapeutic impulse even where the host tissue is poor in biological and biochemical stimuli.
Blood, in particular, is the most effective, economical and perfectly calibrated supplier of Growth Factors and of circulating stem cells that can be used.
Unlike derived from blood products that require specialized personnel and special technologies for their preparation, derived from blood components are easy to be separated and obtained.
The use of blood components is now universally recognized as a fundamental support in regenerative therapy and in the biostimulation of the to be rebuilt tissues.
The field of application range includes all medical disciplines.
The possibility of separating the ad hoc emocomponents allows to have specific bioactive parts to be applied, mixed or inoculated in the host tissues with the aim of enhancing the surgical, regenerative or biostimulant therapy. The blood components are also used as a support or carrier for the application of biomaterials.
Venous blood is usually drawn from the arm, but other anatomical structures can also be used if necessary.
Venous blood collection once treated by centrifugation, it is separated into different phases, each active as a biostimulating system. As a matter of fact, we find as it follows in series: plasma, polymer or not polymer fibrin, platelet growth factors, CD34+ stem cells, white cells, red cells and metal ions.
The combined use of the various components added to regeneration systems available ensures excellent results in every clinical sphere.